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    Years ago, I could never imagine eating meat with fruits...Now, I just love this combination, chicken, prunes and a hint of cinnamon, just wonderful. This is a typical winter dish, with its warming spices. Try this after a long, rainy day and you will feel like on holiday in Morocco!

    Recipe #279952

    A light summer dish, a meal in itself, served with a fresh mixed salad and crusty French bread.

    Recipe #235992

    We had this wonderful dish last weekend, and I had to post it right away! The flavours of the vegetables and meatballs complement each other very well, and the smell while baking fills your kitchen... NOTE:Do not skip the step of frying the vegetables, I think it is absolutely necessary!

    Recipe #229648

    I just love Thai cuisine. This is a lovely recipe developed by Australian TV-chef Bill Granger, a wonderful cook! Serve with lots of steamed rice and a Thai cucumber salad.

    Recipe #203850

    Turkish cuisine at its best! Little zucchini-fritters, best served hot with some garlic-yoghurt. Can be eaten as appetizer or a meal itself, with a big mixed salad. Originally from a German internet site, thanks to Birtanem, a great cook!

    Recipe #203846

    This dish takes some time to make, but the tender cauliflower in a spicy, exotic sauce is worth it! Add some cooked rice and maybe some cooked ground beef/lamb and a green salad for a wonderful dinner!

    Recipe #203603

    I found this recipe on a German baking site and finally I found the time to test it. The muffins turned out soft and moist, with a wonderful maple syrup aroma. I love them!

    Recipe #203488

    A wonderful winter-dish, with a rich sauce and a exotic flavour. Adapted from a moroccan cookbook. NOTE: You have to at least LIKE eggplants...

    Recipe #197934

    We had this kind of soup in a restaurant at the harbor of Algier, Algeria. Back at home I tried to copy the recipe and came up with this version. Feel free to add more cayenne pepper to increase the heat.

    Recipe #197058

    This is our family's traditional recipe, usually served with plain steamed couscous. As it takes quite a while, it is always a big event, everyone loves it! This is my first recipe, so be kind!! NOTE: If you cannot find Ras el Hanout in the stores, there are some recipes here on zaar! It is a mixture made of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, pepper and other spices. It can be omitted in this recipe, just go a little heavier on the other spices mentioned and add a pinch of cinnamon!

    Recipe #182833

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